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module fDNLS_Direct
using DifferentialEquations, GLMakie, LinearAlgebra, OffsetArrays, NonlinearSolve
NonlinearSolve.ForwardDiff.can_dual(::Type{ComplexF64}) = true
using SpecialFunctions: zeta
GLMakie.activate!()

#=
DifferentialEquations - Used for the ODE Solver
GLMakie               - 2D/3D plotting backend,
LinearAlgebra,
SpecialFunctions      - Used for importing the Riemann zeta function
=#

N = 10 # 2N-1

ϵ      = 1
p      = [ϵ]
α      = 0.9
ω      = 1
γ      = 1
tspan = (0.0,60)

x=-N+1:N-1

function main(N)
    #=
    Per the boundary conditions, solve for u = (u_{-N+1}, ..., u_{N-1})
    =#

      # Per u_(-N) = 0 and u_(N) = 0, then we solve the (2N+1) - 2 = 2N-1 total equations
    RHS(u,p,t) = -im*(p[1]*coefficientMatrix(α,x)*u - γ*abs2.(u).*u)

    initial_values = Complex.(ground_state(ω,α,x)).*exp.(im*x)
    # Equivalent to Ode45 from Matlab
    prob = ODEProblem(RHS, initial_values, tspan, p)
    solution_direct = solve(prob, Tsit5(), reltol=1e-8, abstol=1e-8)   

    # At every point in time, ell2 norm of solution. 
    #print(size(solution_direct.u))
   #=
    for i in 1:size(solution_direct.u)[1]
        println(norm(solution_direct.u[i]), 2)
    end
    =#
    plot_main(solution_direct, x) # Surface and contour plot of |u|²
    return solution_direct
end

function coefficientMatrix(α,x) 

    M = OffsetArray(zeros(length(x), length(x)), x,x) # Offset indices for M[i,j]. For example, M[-N+1, -N+1] corresponds to M[1,1]. 
    
    for i in firstindex(M,1) : lastindex(M,1)
        for j in axes(M,2)
            i == j ? M[i,i] = 1/(abs(i - (-N))^(1+α)) + sum(1/(abs(i - m)^(1+α)) for m in x if m!=i) + 1/(abs(i - N)^(1+α)) : M[i,j] = -1/(abs(i - j)^(1+α))
        end
    end

    return M.parent   
end

function onSite(ω,α,x)
    # Assumption: qₙ = q₋ₙ, q₀ >> 1 >> q₁ >> ...
    Q = OffsetVector(zeros(length(x)),x)
    Q[0] = sqrt(ω + 2*zeta(1+α))
    Q[1] = Q[0]/(2*zeta(1+α) - (2)^(-1-α) + ω)
    Q[-1] = Q[1]

    # Obtain q₂, q₃, ... via equation (3.1)
    for n in 2:maximum(x) #drop first 1 since already initialized
        #asymptotic_onsite = sum(Q[j]/((n+j)^(1+α)) for j in 1-n:n-1)\
        asymptotic_onsite  = (Q[0]/(n^(1+α)) + sum((1/abs(n-j)^(1+α) + 1/abs(n+j)^(1+α))*Q[j] for j in 1:n-1))/(2*zeta(1+α) - (2n)^(-1-α) + ω)
        Q[-n] = asymptotic_onsite
        Q[n]  = asymptotic_onsite
    end

    return Float64.(Q.parent) # typeof(Q) = OffsetVector, typeof(Q.parent) = Vector
end

function ground_state(ω, α, x)
    #  0 = ω*qₙ + (Lq)ₙ - qₙ³

    p = [ω]
    
    RHS(u,p)    = p[1]*u + coefficientMatrix(α,x)*u - u.^3

    initialValues = onSite(p[1],α,x) # retrieves the asymptoic onsite sequence Q = [q₋ₙ, ..., q₋₂, q₋₁, q₀, q₁, ..., qₙ] 
    probN = NonlinearProblem(RHS, initialValues, p)
    sol = solve(probN, NewtonRaphson(), reltol = 1e-9)

    return sol
end


function plot_main(solution_direct,x)
    fig = Figure(backgroundcolor=:snow2)

    y = solution_direct.t
    z= [abs(solution_direct[i,j])^2 for i in axes(solution_direct,1), j in axes(solution_direct,2)]  # solution_direct[i,j] is the ith component at timestep j.

    surface_axis=Axis3(fig[1:2,1],xlabel="Space", ylabel="Time", zlabel="|u|²", title="Intensity")
    p1 = surface!(surface_axis, x, y, z)

    axis_initial_condition = Axis(fig[1,2],xlabel="space",title="Initial condition: ''fsolve'' with onsite initial", subtitle=L"-\omega q_{n} = \epsilon\sum_{m \in \mathbb{Z}, m\neq n}{\frac{q_n - q_m}{|n-m|^{1+\alpha}}} - |q_n|^2 q_n")
    p2  =  scatter!(axis_initial_condition, x, ground_state(ω,α,x))

    norm_of_solution = [norm(solution_direct.u[i],2) for i in 1:size(solution_direct.u)[1]]
    axis_of_norm = Axis(fig[2,2],xlabel="Time",title="Conservation of 2-norm of solution")
    p3 = scatter!(axis_of_norm, solution_direct.t, norm_of_solution)


    display(fig)
end

#const N=5

main(N)
end